Volunteering at MPL is a rewarding experience that allows you to make a valuable contribution to the community while allowing us to strengthen and enhance the services we offer.
If you are already registered as a volunteer with the City or Library please log in to the Volunteer Portal, opens a new window.
We offer the volunteer opportunities below. When you create your account in the volunteer portal please indicate which position(s) interest you. Once you have an account, you will need to sign-up for an interview, opens a new window.
Event Assistant Volunteer
Use your people skills to help at Library events and community festivals. We attend or host many community celebrations, parades, and cultural events throughout the year. Be part of the team that assists in making these events successful.
Program Assistant Volunteer
Work with Library staff and instructors to support participants in library programs and help create an exceptional learning experience. Our programs are offered to infants and their parents, preschoolers, school aged children and teens. The programs combine fun and learning in a wide range of topics including creative writing, public speaking, leadership, STEAM and lots more!
Program Leader Volunteer
Support the development of children’s literacy, creative thinking and social skills by leading programs such as Crafts! and Games! Programs are supervised by Library staff and facilitated by volunteers. The Volunteer Program Leader position is a great leadership opportunity for volunteers committed to sharing their passion for learning with children.
Reading Buddies Program Leader Volunteer
Be a role model to a young reader! This is a great leadership opportunity for high school students committed to sharing their passion for learning with children. You will be responsible for creating a positive experience, sharing your enthusiasm for learning and engaging participants in reading and literacy based activities.
You will help us better understand the impact of our services and strategies by administering surveys and collecting data from library customers and community members.